from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. adjutant general
- abbr. attorney general
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Antigua and Barbuda.
- Initialism of Attorney General.
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A preview of the new generation of ag show - AG CONNECT 2010 - was offered to ag executives meeting Thursday in St. Louis.
Michael Pollan is so knowledgeable, but he should be an adviser to the secretary of ag, who should be someone with some experience with sustainable agriculture, and an interest in changing the broken system we have now, but who has government level experience in getting things done (but not lining his / her pockets with lobbying money). and NOT Tom Vilsack, he is cooperate AG all the way.
Using Downfall to parody Constantin AG is a fair use.
After all, the AG is a man of many opinions, if the PM doesn't like the first one, he has others which he might like - as per the legality of the Iraq War.
RRS forgot the AG is an attorney not a judge …. thus he make a legal argument not a rule based on the constitution … that is left up to judges. .like those sitting on the supreme court.
Is it not relevant that the AG is running for the Democratic nomination for governor?
AG is asked, did you know you were lending money to people involved in criminal activity.
Stumping against an elected AG is the National Black Church Initiative, a group led by the Rev. Anthony Evans, who was also a leading voice opposing the legalization of same-sex marriage in the District.
Evans said Monday morning that his opposition to an elected AG is mostly on fiscal grounds: "If the city continues to cut the budget, go after entitlements, our congregations are going to suffer," Evans said.
The AG is responsible for prosecuting violations of the law.